From time to time we get requests from students who are doing research about international students and who would like help from our members, for example, completing surveys and questionnaires. This is a great way to help your fellow students with their research, and sometimes they offer rewards or prizes for your help.

If you would like international students to help you with your research, please post some details of the research below, along with your contact details and a link to any sources of further information.

To avoid cluttering the page with out-of-date information, please email us ( to let us know when your post is no longer needed so we can delete it.

12 Responses to Surveys

  1. Katherine Lane says:

    We are second year psychology students and we are carrying out an experiment involving the halo effect which will involve you having to compare faces with one another and indicate which one you believe to be more related to the questions that will be asked. For this task we will firstly ask you to fill in a short questionnaire about your cultural background and this will be completely anonymous as none of your personal details will be required, such as your name or student number.
    Once this is completed we will then present you with 20 pairs of faces and all you have to do is indicate which one you believe meets the requirements of the question being asked. In order to indicate your answer we will provide you with a halo effect quality sheet and you will simply tick which box i.e. the left or right box, to indicate the face you feel meets the requirements.
    The task will only take 5-10minutes to complete.

    We would be very grateful if you could take the time to help us with our study by contacting Katherine Lane at the above email address.

    Many Thanks

  2. Hi Everyone,

    I am a second year PhD student in the School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology (and member of the QISS committee!) here at QUB. I’m looking for some willing volunteers to help me out with my research. It focuses on International and EU students who have chosen to study at Queen’s (whether on exchange or for the whole of their degree, at PG or UG level). I really interested in what influenced you to come here and what you hope to do following graduation.

    If you wouldn’t mind taking some of your time to fill in my online survey it would be much appreciated. It can be found at:

    The survey will be available until the end of March and, if you wish, you can be entered into a prize draw to win vouchers to the value of £50. There will be also be opportunities to take part in future focus groups if this is something you are passionate about.

    Don’t forget to let all your QUB international friends know also!

    Looking forward to hearing from you and thank you so so much.

    Best wishes,

    Suzanne Beech

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    I am trying to learn more about this field. To think, I was confused a minute ago. I just saw your posts on Tuesday. Dude, you are blowing my mind. For real! My mind is blown! Without proper research, your readers will not be interested and you would lose credibility.

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